Date: 10/12/2018 22:35
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Customers Q&A on Air Arms Galahad Carbine, REG FAC Walnut Stock

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  • Juan from USA asked:

    Do have you have the Galahad in beech wood

    • Tyler from USA:

      Only Walnut and the black Soft Touch

  • Bruno from USA asked:

    Hello Tyler, I just watched your second video review of the Galahad, and noticed that the first shot group lands to one side of the bullseye, and the second group on low power appears to land on the other side of the bullseye. In my experience, that usually means the pellets are shooting ' loopy' as they spiral down range. Is that what you see happening? Does the impact point change at various pressure settings and ranges? Also have the apparent quality control issues been addressed that other reviewers have brought up? Thanks

    • Tyler from USA:

      This was many months ago so I can't say I remember that clearly. Being a regulated gun, if you are within the working range of the regulator, you're not going to see any major POI change unless you shoot at a different distance, but that is normal. Not sure what QC issues you are referencing? Do you have any example?

  • Thomas from USA asked:

    What is the shot count from the Galahad Carbine?

    • Tyler from USA:

      25-30

  • daniel from USA asked:

    What is the purpose of the moderator?

    • Stanley from USA:

      To make it quieter ( backyard friendly) .

  • Helmut from USA asked:

    Is the air tube/reservoir replaceable while filled? e.g.: to carry an extra reservoir and swap it "on the field" when the 1st one goes low. (Live far from the place I can shoot, so I'd like to avoid carrying bulky air tanks)

    • Tyler from USA:

      No it is not removable.

  • Helmut from USA asked:

    Will PA will be selling Rifle length air tube/reservoirs (regulated)? Since the moderator makes the carbine "barrel" longer, I'd love to swap the air tube and have some extra shots :)

    • Tyler from USA:

      Air cylinder is not replaceable on the fly

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